Millions of Americans currently live with a chronic medical disease. While their condition may not prevent them from maintaining a normal lifestyle, they do face challenges every day. No matter your age, simply keeping medications organized and getting to doctors’ appointments can be a struggle. This is where a home care professional comes in. A… Continue Reading Home Care for People with Chronic Health Conditions
Helping children and adults with behavioral disorders or health conditions to live full lives is the driving force behind family caregiving. Of course, not all types of therapy help everyone, but it’s always important to stay on top of the different types of support that could be useful. ABA therapy, for example, has been known… Continue Reading ABA Therapy Techniques
At Best Care, we will always be advocates for independence and dignity in caregiving. Part of the role of a caregiver is to support recipients of care to live life how they want to and on their own terms. Occupational therapy is one way of doing that, as it works to help empower people to… Continue Reading What Is Occupational Therapy?
Easter is a special time of year for families to gather together. You can also make the most of the season—even after the holiday—to maximize some behavioral and sensory benefits. How Easter sensory activities can benefit children Not only are Easter activities great fun, but they can also teach children valuable social skills and be… Continue Reading Easter Craft Ideas for Pediatric Home Care Recipients
For seniors, there are many options when it comes to care. From nursing homes to in-home caregiving services, the care provided always depends on the medical needs of the individual. However, there is another factor to take into consideration: Location. Many seniors have lived in their homes for years and would prefer to stay there.… Continue Reading What Is the Alternative Care (AC) Program?
When it comes to child care, every parent wants the best for their son or daughter. Some children have more complex or long-term needs than others, which can put a strain on the energy and resources of a family. Pediatric home care can be one way to take the strain off of parents and caregivers,… Continue Reading Does Insurance Cover Pediatric Home Care?
The need for excellent home care for people with multiple sclerosis is clear. Nearly 1 million people are living with MS in the United States, according to a study funded by the National MS Society, and this number is growing. There are unique challenges to caring for people with MS and their families are looking… Continue Reading March Is Multiple Sclerosis Month
Many seniors still live in the same home where they raised their family. Having spent much of their lives growing up in this house, it’s not unusual for them to feel a strong connection (and attachment) to their property. However, many people reach a point when a family home becomes too big, or expensive, to… Continue Reading Downsizing Tips for Seniors￼
It’s normal to hang onto sentimental keepsakes and memories from our lives, and this is even more true for older adults and seniors who have more precious times to remember! However, when it goes too far and leads to people living in extremely cluttered or dirty living situations, it could be a sign of hoarding.… Continue Reading Hoarding Help for Seniors￼
According to the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA), around one in five Americans have some kind of learning disability. This includes anything from ADHD and autism to dyslexia or non-verbal learning difficulties. When we look at adults, this translates to 15% of the adult American population— and that’s not counting people who may have… Continue Reading How Homecare Can Support Individuals with Learning Disabilities